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A more humane way to remove beta lactoglubulin.

Here is an article discussing the way Beta lactoglobulin can be removed from cows milk to benefit people with allergies in the last century. Why was this not discussed?
Chiancone E, Gattoni M. (1993) Selective removal of beta-lactoglobulin directly from cow's milk and preparation of hypoallergenic formulas: a bioaffinity method.Biotechnol Appl Biochem. Aug;18( Pt1):1-8.

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29 November 2012 | 08h31

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